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Diving at dive site Ramsey
|Name Dive Site:||Ramsey|
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This pristine reef is named after Dr. Ramsey who conducted research regarding coral growth on the Maputaland reef complex. It's a great opportunity for open water qualified divers to explore a reef further than 2 mile. Ramseys is home to lots of juvenile fish – the juvenile Emperor angelfish is a great example of the differences between its adult form.
One dive route is the ledge that runs inshore varying from 1-4 m high. Numerous Devil firefish, a variety of Moray eels (e.g. Starry Moray), Tube anemones, and Pipefish make this a fantastic and unique dive. Otherwise, whilst diving over the reef you will find stunning topography similar to Caves and Overhangs, with enjoyable swim-throughs. It is another reef that offers great photo opportunities.
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